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Daily Archives: March 17, 2011
A former student of mine who’s now an interactive producer and editor at The Discovery Channel’s web sites is accepting short (100 word) travel/adventure blog posts with a green angle for $25 a pop. If you’re interested, let me know … Continue reading
New York Times launches paywall—and why most news orgs shouldn’t: News for Digital Journalists | Knight Digital Media Center
Here’s why the plan might work, at least somewhat, for the Times—and why the vast majority of other newspapers should not try this approach… via News for Digital Journalists | Knight Digital Media Center.
We used eyetracking equipment to give us a precise account of how 582 people in four U.S. cities viewed their hometown newspapers and Web sites. Four organizations partnered with us, enabling participants to view two broadsheets the St. Petersburg Times … Continue reading
Walmart (blue) started slow in 1962 and then spread like wildfire in the southeast, starting in 1970, and then made its way towards the west coast. Sam’s Club starts to sprout up in the 1980s with bursts up to present. … Continue reading
Six years ago I wrote an essay called Bloggers vs. Journalists is Over. It was my most well read piece at the time. And it made the points you would expect: This distinction is eroding. This war is absurd. Get … Continue reading
The New York Times announced its long-awaited on-line subscription plan today: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/18/business/media/18times.html?hp Looks like there are some loopholes to getting around it; unpaid visitors can read up to 20 articles per month for free, and can then enter the site … Continue reading
I updated my portfolio by adding my latest work, which is displayed on the home page. I also set up a “blog” section, where I can show a little bit of personality and work that isn’t necessarily a published piece … Continue reading
These are the changes I made to my site: Front Page: 1. I replaced the slideshow with a static image. The photo reflects one of my interests: urban/public art. I think it sets a young and fresh tone and provides … Continue reading
I updated my portfolio with some recent clips and projects. I also fixed the category titles because some of my clips were in the wrong category. I also added Tag Cloud, a Twitter feed and a Flikr plug in, which … Continue reading
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